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THE HKS; OMAHA, Tl IKS DAY, APRIL 13, 1913.
HEAD OF LARGEST Smith and lire Feci
Deeply tne Deicat
of Term Extension
'Sir Thomai Shmghneuy, Pmldent
of Canadian Pacifio, Imprened
MAXXS TBI? OVER THE CITY
"If we were In my office In Mon
treal I would discuss this question,
but over here in the states, It would
be In very bad taste for me to talk
upon this subject," said Sir Thomas
U. Shaugbntssy, president of the
Canadian Pacific nallroad company,
in answer to the question, "What, In
your Judgment, will be tbe outcorcj
of the war in Europe?"
Mr Thomas, accompanied by Lady
Pbauglinessy and thrlr daughter, are en
icute to the Pacific enact, where they
will visit the expositions and rett'rn by
the northern route. Their private car
t rived In Omaha over the Mllwaukeu
from Chicago. Mere they were mat by
Ptenident Mohlor of the Union raclfic
and Mrs. Mohler and taken on an auto
mobile ride through the western part of
the city, out to Florence and back ever
the "Prettleat Mile,"
Iter In the day Sir Thomaa and his
family left for the west, going- out on a
special train and accompanied as far as
Grand Island by President and Mrs. Moh
ler and Superintendent Jeffers. Out of
Omalia the party occupied Sir Thomas'
l-rivete tar, "Klllainey."
Omaha Beastlfal City.
After his automobile trip about the city
Blr Thomas said: "I have never been In
Omaha before. 1 have often hesrd of
tbe city and have been anxious to see U,
but In the past my trips to the west have
taken me over other routes.
"Omaha is a beautiful city.' substantial
ar.d well built, and with the splendid
country that I understand is tributary
snd Its peculiar location ft ought to be
iome the metropolis of the central west
"Business conditions In Canada are not
)ut what we would like to have them.
The wsr hss Interfered with trade, and
consequently railroad business ha suf
fered. However, we are looking for an
Improvement. The outlook Is excellent
for a latge small grain .acreage and pros
pects are that prices to the farmers will
eontinue to. remain high for some time."
lr Thomas was formerly a railroad
man In the fnlted mates. In 1SW he was
with the Milwaukee road as storekeeper
st Milwaukee. From there he was tailed
to the Canadian 1'ailflc as assistant gen
eiel manauer, and subsequently wss pro
moted a number of tlm-e, becoming presi
dent of the system and chairman of the
board a num'wr of years ago. At this
time hn exm Uea executive jurisdiction
over lite greatest number of miles of
railroad of any man In the world. Since
ls I" nd President Mohler have been
Intlmato friends, as have the members
' their respective families.
Little Tot is to Be
Witness Against Her
Father; Murder Case
Emil Musik. North. Tweniy-slxth
treet. South Omaha, was placed on trial
lefore District Judge English on a charge
of murdering his wife. Mrs. Anna Muslk,
by cutting her throat on March k He Is
charged with first degree murder.
Temporary Insanity, caused by melan
cholia and drunkenness, wtu be the de
fense, according to Attorneys Joe Iledner
nd Wait W. Hoye. representing Musik.
A 6-year-old daughter of the dead
woman and the defendant, who baa been
taken from Muslk's custody by the ju
venile court and placed In another home,
will testify against her father, according
to County Attorney Maguey. Her name
has been endorsed on the information.
The county stturnry expects to Intro
duce eviderue to the effect that Muslk
a supported by his wife and that a
quarrel over this condition led to her al
leged .murder. Muslk.' It is alleged, eut
his wife's throat with a knife.
County Treasurer l"re and District
Clerk Robert 8mlth hsve returned from
Lincoln, here for several weeks they
lobbied valiantly for a bill extending
their terms, only to see the measure die
In the rinslnjr dsys. As Mr. lire and Mr.
Pmlth said: "The bill only Incidentally
extended our terms two years."
"There wss an unfortunate disposition
In the leglslalore to take a humorous
view of the measure." Mr. Ure Indicated
yesterday, lit advanced four reasons why
the bifl should, have pasnrd; that It was
In the direction of the short ballot, tended
to eliminate"' politic from the administra
tion of offboea, would give time to
officers to orm definite ' policies and
would i.sve aeslsted !n doing away with
the expjenae "to the taxpayers of fre
quent elections." '
Mr. Vre and Mr. Smith were cruelly
charged on the' floor of the legislature,
ss were other unselfish patriots, with
spending time for which , they are paid
by the public In advancing their own
term-extension desires. This charge, they
Insist.' was entirely ungrounded since the
benefit the public would have deprived
from the bill would have far over
shadowed the advantage to them Individually.
Boys and Girls to
Be Taught How to
Raise Own Garden
Boys and girls of the Omaha schools
will soon be earning their spending money
by raising table vegetables and selling
them, at market price to their parents
and neighbors (or home consumption.
They will also be taught how to prop
erly can all surplus vegetables for winter
use. They will also write a story on how
they made and used thetr garden crop,
and will keep books to show the cost,
receipts and profits of thetr agricultural
and business venture.
U. T. Skinner, government - gardening
expert, has arrived to start the organisa
tion work of the gardening ctuba, which
will be conducted by the city schools un
der supervision of the extension service
of the University of Nebraska, co-operat
ing with the United States Department of
Agriculture. He spent the morning at
Park and Windsor schools with Secretary
R. B. Flower of the Young Men's Chtis-
ttsn association, telling the boys and
girls of the gardening club plan.
Entire Board is
Against Dances by
the H.S. Students
"You may say that every member ef
the Board of Education la against the
proposition of allowing the pupils of
Central High school to hold their pro
posed dance at the Fontenelle on -April
23, under the name of the high school,"
declared President Ernst of the school
The president of the board wanted It
understood that Rev. D. E. Jenkins of
the board is not alone In this matter, but
that the whole board is lined up against
the proposed ball and cabaret.
The disclosure of the situation by The
Bee has caured considerable talk In
school board and high school circles-
"I have nothing to say on the subject
at this time, but may have a statement
later," was the expression of Superin
Further conferences between the super
Intendent, principal of the high school
and committee of the pupils Is said to be
' The stand of the school board members
Is that their rule shall stand Inviolate,
that these functions shall not be given
in the name of the high school.
Big Timepiece is
to Be Subjugated
Ths tower clock in the postofflce build
ing haa long been waging an unequal
fight with the winds In Its effort to keep
nbservers posted regarding the right time.
' It is a well known feet that' "the wind
hkweth whither it llsteth." It is equally
well known that "time and tide wait for
Put here Is a case where the wind,
blowing whither It lists, interferes with
time which waits for no man.
At least, so Cadet Taylor, custodian of
tho building, asserts. He finds excuse
for the clock. He admits It Is somewha'
erratic. He admits that sometimes it
t ails five minutes or so and sometimes
It runs ahead of the correct time by an
equal apace. Thla. he saya. la due to the
wind blowing upon the big hands ot ths
. He has Just awarded to T. L Combs
ti Co. a contract to fix the clock and
make It a more exact registrar ef the
flight ot the well knowa and precious
golden hours. Tor the aura ot S17.M law
ful money tbe clock makers wilt make
the timepiece less essUy led astray br
Taking? t ar mt .- Calldroa.
No parent would ronacloualy be
careless ef the cMMrrn Joe A. Ros
aoarln, Clarkson. Neb, uses Poley's
Hooey and Tar for his i .j children for
croup, coughs and colds. Me says, "Ws
aea never without Poley's Honey and Tar
In the house." A distressing cough, sleep
less nights, and raw. Inflamed throat feed
to a rua-dowa condition In whlofc the
bild Is not able to resist contagious or
Infectious discaasa. Foley's Honey and
Tar la truly healing and prompt la action
It rslieves coughs, colds, croup and
whooping cough. Sold everywaere.-Adwrtlsemeot
AD CLU3 NOMINATIONS
, TO BE ANNOUNCED TODAY
Koininattona fer directors and officers
ot tbe Ad club are to be announced at
tle 0'n meeting today at the Col
nifcic'al club rooms, Th nominations are
I " 'in mad by mail gad era coining n
v. ry mail today.
JM-t SUM ss4 Ultrllss DsassNii
An,ly Bioaa's Unlmt-ot to any bite,
iili.g or bruise; Jt kills the poison and
J.tls the wound. Only i. All druggists
IOWA MAN DIES HERE WHILE
Thomas J. Utacknurn. 74, of Hamburg,
la, visiting his daughter, Mrs. Ilsrry
Lohnman, 2434 Cumden avenue, died Sun
day night from enlargement of the heart
He retired Sundsy evening and was dis
covered dead Monday morning at the time
ha was expected to arise. Mr. Black
burn has been 111 all winter with en
largement ot the heart
Mr. Blackburn's wife Is III at Him-
burg. He is survived by five daughters,
Mrs. L. Crane, of UCT North Twenty-
third street, being the only daughter who
MAY HAVE PLANS FOR NEW
WORKHOUSE HERE SOON
County commissioners are favorably
disposed toward the law which authorises
a 1100,000 bond Issue for construction cf
a workhouse for Omaha. Definite plana
for carrying out the project may be an
nounced soon, according te Commissioner
John C. Lynch, who for several years has
ai'vocated a workhouse.
WITH SKW TROUBLE
On Head for Two Years. Itching and
Burning. Kept From School at
Times. Scratched and Irritated.
Used Cuticura. Entirely Well.
1018 MeXae Si. Port Wayne, Ind. "My
cnthL sU rsa of age, swftsred for about
two years wtth as testae and burnta on
sms seed right behind the
satr. It was jus eery sasaU
whan taws nottoad sad kept
spreading naUl at go way
nit above bar ess-. 1 had to
hasp her trans school at
Unus tt go so sore. Is
causad her pain for It Itched
and burned so badly thai
she soratcaed and Irrltaaaa
M an tbe tuna. It spread aad spread uatfl
It was a good bll Mggw than a stiver dollar.
It sonde bar ear suck to Aar head aad I
could not pell it sway without her crying.
"I to 8 saaapls of Clltfcwa Boap sad
tataaaol, waaaad the sore place with tbe
Boaa and applied she Otasaeanl aad I beaa
to aaa the ratlef h gave usr. So I bought a
rwaa af Cutloura Suap aad a bos of OUIwwl
stoa aatsral well." (Bignad) aim.
eley Tagimst iar. J tins a, 1814.
Sample Each Free by Mat
WUA it-p. Bala Bosk an raous. Ad
aVaas post earn "Cctskaare, Dst. T. Baa
taa." sold tsmaghewt she world.
1 made, iri
TT" U.S.A. V
Why? Because you can buy goods of better quality at as
low or lower prices than those manufactured elsewhere.
'Many people are prejudiced in favor of certain goods be
cause they have used them for a long time and are not familiar
with other kinds. Most people dislike to break a habit, no
matter how bad or unprofitable it may be.
The habit of buying
Omaha made goods
will be profitable to
you in two ways: First,
because you will get
more for your money,
and second because
the money you spend
will stay right here in
that increases Oma
ha's prosperity, helps
you. Think it over.
If they don't, then don't
Omaha Has the Largest Macaroni
Factory in America
Macaroni tastes good because
it is good. It is simple and inex
pensive to prepare and is a deli
cious meal. '
The high quality and food value
of macaroni have been endorsed
by Dr. Harvey Wiley.
Macaroni is inexpensive, nutritious and
is made right here in Omaha by Omaha
"Don't Eat Meat That's Tough and Bony.
Just Try Skinner's Macaroni"
The average man
or woman seeks to get
the most out of each
hard -e a r n e d dollar.
Economy and service
is striven for in prac
tically every business
or household, and that
is what you get when
you' patronize home
industry. , : 1
goods a chance to make good in quality and price,
continue to use them. That's our platform.
KEEP THIS LIST FOR REFERENCE
BAG MANUFACTURER -
XKTS-OICAXA BA0 CO., llta
Jacksoa nta., Douglas llot.
BOILER MAKE KS '
aad Hickory, seug-la lOea.
OMAJgA BOTTZ.IW4 CO, Bo. llta
Bk, bong-las 1100.
LOVr.lgBgBT BOTTT.IBTO CO
Wefaeter t Oouglaa 731 S.
OBCaHA BOX CO.
Bast Omaha, Wtk.
Si Oorraaatad Baa Oa.1. 1Mb. aad
aVeaeaawerta, Douglas 113s.
SToma iiiwnrs CO.,
Are.. Webatse 881.
SaJSTS BBBWXBO OOh Ma aaa Leaves-
w.rta. Douglas !.
TBBB XBVO BBSWIBO CO.. KTU
Aveaa. aad Boulevard, Tyu aO.
jbttxb Bsiwura co aom aad Y
Bta. (Boata .
WIX.&OW srmzHOB bbbwdto oo 3J
aad Blek.sv Bts.. Douglas ltO.
15 KICK MAKUFACTURKRA
KTDBAULIO rmEBB BBTCK OOm 430
Bleaolas BV, Deualas vt.
Bl'TCHERS' And PACKERS' TOOL
a B. tTTXB A CO, Uio Oasdsel Ave,
CEMENT BLOCK .MANUFACTURER
O MAB A COBCBBTB BTOSTB OO., H.
W. Oar. saia Ats. aad Baale. Web
9. J. MIITW CO. B01.ll Douglas BV.
Tosuu.1 Dixmnra CO, isia.lt
Jaaaa st DMStes BM.
COUCHES AX1 MATTRESSES
O. BOOT CO. 1301 Bloholas lu
CO KEEK, TEA AND 8P1CE8
rABXXB-OX.BOBT CO. 113 Bo. 11th Bt.,
OBBMAB-AMBBIOABT COmB CO.
1117-1S Dodg. Bt. Douglas Tl4.
ITS BISCUIT CO.. Capitol At, 10th
to 13th Bts. Douglas 8133.
TAXBsCOarr CBBAafXBT CO. lath and
Joaaa Bts., Douglas 1401.
WATXBI.OO CBXAKXBT CO. 1817
Howard Bt. Dong-las 1.08.
COMMISSION, PRODUCE, ETC.
XIBCXBBATH A BOW, ZBC. 1808.11
Howard Bt. Douglaa 434.
xxnm A co. wmow bfbxbos dib.
IILIBII, 881-3 Howard Bt. Doug
OMAHA ELECT BIO Z.IOBT A BOWXB
CO, U. r. Bid. Douglas lOea.
ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES AND
BTTBaVSB-OBABDBB Co.. 1311 Bow.
ard Bt. tjim ML
IAR BBOB. BVOBATIWO. OO. 1318
Howard Bt. Doug-Ua SSsa.
BUBXXXT BBTBXOra OO. 41T BO.
lath BV, Doasrta. 881.
OMAHA mTVBH A lUTTlT OO.
414-18-1S Bo. lata Bt. Boog-s 8TO8.
VVDXXB BUXAiara CO. 1513 Basrma.
Aee. Weeater C8.
BTABDAHD rUBBAOB A BOTFLY
CO. 411-13 Bo. 10th Bt. Dougla. 8087.
(B.sblt aU east aad Weir all steel
HATIOBAT. rOT. A TAMBTBCI CO.
isaa bo. i3th Bt. Trie lao.
OMAHA OAS CO. 1508 Howard St.
lXOFI.K'S I OX A OOU STOBAOB CO.,
1884 Chleag. Bt., Douglaa 50.
OMAHA ICB A OOX.D STOBAOB CO.
MoCae-n. Blk. 151 a aad Dodg. Bta.
BAXXB ICB MACVXBTX OO. 18th aad
Blcholas Bts. Douglaa 1801.
BroarrABxrA xvavstdby Co. iroa yiu-
toa Bt., Dong-las 860.
XIMAAI.T. UVSSST OO. 1507-OS-ll
Jaokaya St. Dougrlas 818.
LAW11VCI SHOT A S.BAD CO., rao
koty avuuta OasaAa, Douglas 1835.
toniB ICPHI CO.
BBIBTVXB MAsTOTAOTTXBIBO CO.
14tA aad Jaeasoa Bts. Tjter lafla.
i. b. bloom a co. iroa oasaiaa- st.
. Douglas 678.
XW Y. BTCHOLAS OIXi CO. 304 BaUd
Bids. Domglu 883.
PACKING HOUSE PRODUCTS
SWtrT ABD COMFAHY. Ski nth Oaaaaa.
AAatOVB A CO. Boats. Oo&aaa.
1111 Far aaa st.
MIRRORS And ART GLASS WINDOW
MZDLABD OXA6S A FAIKT CO. 11th
and Howard, Douglas 781.
BABKXBS SBAXTT IB YBBTBfBBT;
CO. O round Floor Be. Bldr. DUe
PRINTERS BOOK AND JOB
OMAHA niBTTXBO CO. 13th aad ras.
nam, Douglas 348.
OOBXY A McKZHKXH. 1407 Karaay Si.
J. K. HABTXY A CO. 813-17 South 13th,
St. Doufflas 889.
SXFIAHCB ST A BOH OO. 8660 Cusalar
Bt. Doug-las 170.
O. X. SXBVM CO.. 8333 X. St. South
Omaha, Bonth 463.
OMAHA ICBUH CO., 4flV Bo. 33d Bt. -
South Omaha, SKrath 8868.
OBAIX BELT BOTFLY CO., Lobby Fx
ohaug. Bldg-. South Omaha. So. 3664.
TANKS, CULVERTS, GRAIN BINS,
AND OIL DRUM
BBBBABKA A IOWA BTZBX. TAJTat
OO. 1301 Sprue. St. Wabatar 878.
TEXTS AND AWNINGS
SCOTT-OMAHA TXBTT AHD AWBTJT9
CO. 11th and Harney Bta. Doug. 88A.
CRAVATS, BELTS. PURSES, POCKET
BOOKS and Sl'SI'KNDERS
SMITH, LOCXWOOD MTO. OO. 8383
South 13th Bt. Doug-las 8361.
TIN CANS AND SHEET METAL
OOBDOH LAWLZBB OO. 8th aad
Door. Bts., Doug-las 888. ..
OMAHA WOOD WOBKTJf 0 CO. 1601
Marer St. DougUs 8848.
FAX TOW A OALLAOHXH, 701-11 South
loth St. Douglaa 8ttA
WINDOW SHADE MANUFACTURER
MID-WXST SHADS FACTOBY, 4014
HamUtoa St. Walaut 3181.
Omaha Manufagturers Deserve Omaha Patronage
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